- Fund IV’s LPs have agreed to a 20-year term for the fund compared to the traditional 10-year life
- Signal Hill has raised more than C$500 million of long-term capital
- Founded in 2007, Signal Hill invests in essential services and regulated industries
Signal Hill Equity Partners, a Canadian mid-market private equity firm, has closed its fourth fund, raising C$200 million in committed capital.
Reflecting the Toronto-based firm’s focus on long-term value creation, the limited partners of Fund IV have agreed to a twenty-year term for the vehicle compared to the traditional ten-year life.
The fund’s investors include significant family offices, high-net-worth private investors and some of the largest institutions in Canada.
“The overwhelming demand to participate in our twenty-year fund is a testament to the success that we have enjoyed making investments that are focused on long-term value creation,” said Jamie Johnson, CEO of Signal Hill, in a statement. He added, “once we understand the important drivers critical to a business, we want to leverage our knowledge and continue to invest and build an enduring business alongside management while letting our capital compound.”
Founded in 2007, Signal Hill has raised more than C$500 million of long-term capital. Managed by 10 professionals who have completed over 200 transactions, it invests in essential services and regulated industries.